As the United States get closer to a majority minority country what does that mean for its culture and politics. The GOP is now virtually an all-white party, and being an all-white party in the United States of today is an unmitigated liability.
So now that the election season is over I want to ask a question of you regarding this trend.
Has the National Republican Party ruin their chances of attracting Non-White voters?
There are three conditions I require in your response:
(1) Include your Gender and race at the beginning of your response.
(2) The primary construct in responding is that I will strictly insist that all comments refrain from politically opinionated attacks against any political party, elected/appointed official or organization.
(3) Any racially or culturally insensitive comments will be deleted.
Your political affiliations should not be deemed as a barrier to responding to this question. It’s your opinion that matters. I seek your thoughts, ideas and suggestions regarding this question.
The intent of the question is not to suggest that the Republican Party can not attract Non-White voters, but why they have such difficulties in attracting Non-White voters. I only want to try to identify an area where the Republican Party has failed and what they can do to reverse it.
PS: Don’t fret I will ask a similar question regarding Democrats will be asked at a later date.
Sources of Reference and Inspiration:Guardian.co.uk – 10/28/08 “Unbearable Whiteness of Being” Washington Post – 09/03/08 “In a More Diverse America, A Mostly White Convention” Politico.com – 05/27/08 “Letter to the Editor” Politico.com – 05/19/08 “GOP fails to recruit minorities” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – 09/03/08 “The GOP’s Real Challenge: Diversity” The Latino Journal – 09/06/08 “Few Latinos at RNC Reflects Utah’s…” CNN – 09/04/08 “GOP Lacks Diversity, Says It Pushes Outreach” LA Times – 08/20/08 “Gov. Schwarzenegger Tries to Calm GOP Anger”